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  IN THIS ISSUE:
Understanding the Real Importance of Mouth Guards
Ditch Discolored Fillings for These Newer, Lighter Options
Let’s Clear The Air: Smokeless Tobacco Still Means Trouble!
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Understanding the Real Importance of Mouth Guards
What would you do without some or all of your teeth? As you can imagine, talking, chewing, and even smiling would be a challenge! So, how do you protect your teeth? One great way to do so is with a mouth guard.

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Ditch Discolored Fillings for These Newer, Lighter Options
Still flashing a bit of silver when you smile? Cavities can happen to anyone, but the whole world doesn’t have to know about them! If you’ve been living with old, discolored fillings, there’s never been a better time to have them replaced.

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Let’s Clear The Air: Smokeless Tobacco Still Means Trouble!
Chew it, dip it, suck it or “snuff” it–there’s no smoke involved with many forms of tobacco, but no matter how you use it, you’re still playing with fire! While cigarettes catch a lot of heat for causing lung cancer, many don’t realize that other types of nicotine use can be just as damaging to your general and oral health. Before reaching for the stuff, get a closer glimpse at what you’re really being sold and why it might be more harmful than you think.

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Sealants: Stop Cavities Before They Begin
Imagine you could protect your smile and preserve good oral health. Would you do it? In all likelihood the answer is yes and, with sealants, you can.

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5 Ways to Fresher Breath in the Morning
Love waking up to the smell of coffee? Think twice before you reach for a cup! Your daily dose of Joe – and other habits that can easily escape your notice – could be giving you a bad case of morning breath. But fear not! Bad breath, or “halitosis”, doesn’t have to ruin your day. Nip the problem in the (taste)buds by giving these simple tips a try:

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Dentist or Detective? Major Health Clues Your Mouth Provides
Chew on this for a minute: just by glancing inside your mouth, your dentist can tell you a number of things that may be news to you and your doctor! Surprising as it may sound, your oral health can speak volumes about the rest of your body, and something as simple as a routine dental checkup can benefit your health and wallet big time. From harmful habits to life-threatening diseases, find out what clues your mouth can provide about your wellbeing.

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Teeth Grinding: Causes and Preventative Care Steps You Can Take
Are You And Your Toothpaste Compatible? Find Out!
Are You Guilty of Committing These 7 Dental Sins?
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Teeth Grinding: Causes and Preventative Care Steps You Can Take
Whether you’re stressed or just anxious, teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, comes in many shapes and forms. And while the occasional grinding doesn’t hurt and is quite common, constant grinding can wear down your health in more ways than one.

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Are You And Your Toothpaste Compatible? Find Out!
Brushing your teeth is a no-brainer, but did you know that the type of toothpaste you use could have a big impact on your smile? Whether your teeth are extra sensitive, need added protection, or could simply use a boost in the looks department, chances are there’s a toothpaste out there that fits the bill.

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Are You Guilty of Committing These 7 Dental Sins?
Brushing and flossing twice a day are two essential steps towards good oral health, but are other habits sabotaging your smile? From behavioral tendencies to choices you thought were smart or healthy…the tiniest slip-ups can be the most damaging. Double-check your daily routine to make sure it’s free of these common dental no-no’s.

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  IN THIS ISSUE:
Teeth Grinding: Causes and Preventative Care Steps You Can Take
Dental 911: How to Handle Common Teeth Crises
Mind Your Meds: 6 Ways Medicine Can Sabotage Your Smile
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Teeth Grinding: Causes and Preventative Care Steps You Can Take
Whether you’re stressed or just anxious, teeth grinding, also known as bruxism, comes in many shapes and forms. And while the occasional grinding doesn’t hurt and is quite common, constant grinding can wear down your health in more ways than one.

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Dental 911: How to Handle Common Teeth Crises
Dental nightmares can come true, as much as you hope it doesn’t happen to you! If you’re lucky, a quick call to the dentist can get you seen immediately, but what happens if disaster strikes when the office is closed, you’re traveling, or some other less than ideal scenario? Find out how you can help manage the situation until you get the professional care you need.

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Mind Your Meds: 6 Ways Medicine Can Sabotage Your Smile
Be honest: do you take the time to read through the lengthy medical pamphlets attached to your medications? If you thought the warning label on the back of the bottle had everything covered, think again! Often, there simply isn’t enough space to spell out every side effect on the container, and you could be overlooking important warnings to the detriment of your dental health. Should any of these oral symptoms suddenly arise, head to your dentist to find out if your medicine is to blame.

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